essensys Appoints Arthur Mirante III As Head of Strategic Partnerships
NEW YORK – August 11, 2021 – essensys, the leading global provider of software and technology to the flexible workspace industry, has appointed Arthur Mirante III as Head of Strategic Partnerships.
Arthur brings with him 25 years of diversified experience in the investment banking industry, with a focus on real estate securities. Most recently, Mirante served in real estate and project development for Lightower Capital. Prior to Lightower, he worked in the REIT sector as an analyst on portfolio analysis and comprehensive modeling across property types for Forum Securities and posted record REIT sales revenue as a Director with KeyBanc. Earlier in his career, he was a Vice President with both Merrill and JPMorgan in their institutional equity division, where he was responsible for numerous global investment management clients.
“I'm incredibly excited to work with Arthur on the essensys team,” said Jeremy Bernard, CEO, North America, essensys. “His distinguished career in both commercial real estate and finance brings a wealth of expertise and strategic relationships that are critical to our continued expansion. I look forward to the accelerated growth of our North American footprint with Arthur.”
Prior to his career in finance, Mirante worked in real estate development for Lincoln Property Company, an international developer and manager of high-quality assets. As project manager, he gained an intimate understanding of the commercial real estate business. In addition, Mirante comes from a prominent real estate background; his father, Arthur J. Mirante II, served as President and CEO of Cushman and Wakefield for over 23 years and is now the Principal and Chairman of the Tri-State region for Avison Young.
“I am truly honored and excited to be joining essensys,” said Mirante. “This is an incredible opportunity, not only to be at the forefront of the digital transformation of real estate, but to be able to provide our partners the software and technology that will enhance the value of their portfolios.”
Mirante holds an MBA from the NYU Stern School of Business and a BS in Business Administration from Boston University. He has served on the advisory boards for the Nassau County Museum of Fine Art and the Saltzman Community Center at Hofstra University, in addition to being a special police officer for the Village of Garden City.